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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 28, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                 ;.......-'"g.-Sf  SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1898.  THK SUNDAY SCHOOL.  LESSON IX, SECOND QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL SERIES, MAY 29.  Téxt of th«? l.ei»iioií; Math, xxvi, IT-nO.  IViemory 2(»-2S—Golden Text, I  C«»r. xi, Coniuieutary by the Kev, J). ,M. St«'ar:is.  [(,'.)ii.\iii;ht, JV.i.v, by D. M. Stearn?.] 17. •■ N..'.v ilii" iirst. day <»l' the fcasC of iniic.ivcjn (} Ijîvail ilif tli.'^cijjk'S ciuiio to ~ .-..kvit'.u' imiD ]liui. NVhrrc wilt Thou tJial w, ¡M i'j';uo for 'J'hco tíí cat the Dwry' riii.-. ^v;ls ..r all cr-; the  -t. 1 it \var> thi- 11ii-<:oii.-U:!i-  iiiaticîi ami rollilhiU'iU (jl all llial liad i-'V«.'!' liri'ii. IK- saiil i;u!l<..-L'riiili,L; tliis (im-, "I Iwivc iu';iilily to cat tliis p;i-sovcr  w irh Viju ÍH'fort! 1 sulïcr" (Laikf .xx, Wt. iiiiiVi^iii). Ajid J lo alr,u iiddetl th.vt it would iiavc í'niíilliiii'iit in the in,í;(tui¡i uf <i<id. 'rin^ lirst ¡i.is-i.viM' as in ci unu'Ci ioti with llu« tic-li vcranri''>r Israel I'l-.un K^'^iit. The siili i'ii)ii;-c iiilhllnu'Jit will he in i'<.nU''e-tkm Avilli a !'ar jii'.'aler ilrii-\'erat!('e of Israel, so ¡iiueh greater il:al ihe fonner shall nor wurtli im-jitie.nii.^ (.ief. xvi, l i,  Iii; x\iii. 7, M. May lin- " W lu;re wilt  lin'u; ' uf the liiscii'les. Willi tile •■^\■hat. will ih-'o:-'' of I'aul {A'/ls ix, 0) bo evtT .,ur af.iiiide to iliiii.  !s. -'And 1 >a;il. *lo iiitu llieeitylo .-iich a iaa:i. and say iiiito hijii. Tla; M;is-:.■!■ .-aiî 11. -My tiüie is at hand ; I will kei ¡i : he i¡a>s.\cf at tliyhoii.-e with My di.---' ij'le.-.'^ Jn Jaike -Xiii. Jo. we learn hiov I i'V Oiild know the I'ijtise- and lindtlie ! lan. 'i'iu-y -v.ouul nuei. a tnan ijeariiif.: a i'i.Mheri.f ^^•arel•, and Jolluwijig him liny uuKI lind • h.; i-.onse.  la. •■ \!!d (Oe di.-ei].iles did as .lesns liad i oji'li n!( (i ííie.-i. a/ut they ni;i(ie j-cady the ¡.a^s.'Ver. ■ InJv.ike XX. Iii. it is wrilten that went and I'oiind as lie liad saiil  unto tlii m. ,-u ÎÎ wa> al») in the tnaltef (•¡' '.he a.-^s eol'^ (l.uke ,\i.\. > ; tliey fuiitid I \en as lie l.ad s.dd unto then). In .lolin js', ."lO. ; !i(. in m îu-li.'ved the word that •It -Us h.ad si'.oUen unto luni. ami ho wetit way. .and i lie -enii''! >how.s t.hat he j'.iind .'i- .le^n,^ h.;ui -a'd.  • Now, wh. n th:' ( ven \\:is come, ! i .-.it li' .wti -.i: Í i )k> I el \ , ■ ^ Ir would i m 1 ! 11 ! . 1 ' Il ;•> ■•iii-îdcr lÌ!'" ]i!';'i';irat il iii> \ oia.l.' ai!.{ rh." r-o i licai lei- . i!' ■:;.h¡:.:i!. ! .. ; ih^- l.'aeh.r I a U I i n i e t..  à ■ r ! ja. k T . ' I I n ■ 1 M-! ir i, ai .if th.-ill !',x x;:. .aaO >!mi%s- iIm- l,;iiii!i. ja  a a a- .i i\> ami ii..ai »àiMi. a la; at) \siîhoi,î.  1 l.-iuSli : Î !>•• i.itter s. il.e U!iî.-a\en.-d  hn-ad. 1 l-.f -¡iriüKii'il M....... art- all so J'-iil  ,,! --:;_''n:lla,an'-e tyiín-al o!' ('l!!-!>t r.iiU-  i';,--..Ma -a.-: ili.-.-d I. r i ! ( '"f. \ . T t.  ■J i . " \i.d ■ '■•d eal he -aid. \"e!' ]iy 1 ;!iM ' y ui. ; !,a! one oí' y.ei -,hall  hríjav ría j.-WeJ-e ..nìy ì'J. th.- ])\-  a.a lia -! .-ilei.' 1.1 ill- i'o i ; o'ai • . ,'uid ye: . i. -.-.y^ -oiii' . a yie.î. ■ i-lut it was no .«-ur-; ; • i.. Hw... for .!. «ii., Um-w fre.iii th.-.a:- !■_: wa-> ; i..-y e!-e 1 ha! hehex-^d im;".  -.'J 'And ila'\ -aa-i-.: i x,-, i'd ¡ nt: sovr. )\'v'-Mo, ami iie'raü avia-y oIH o¡ TileîU 1... -a V  ; |0.: 11;..,. !. ,¡a. i 1; ' N,i ¡util h.id • jo I -.al- - ; \ cji ; 'il-ni o;' lia- i ¡-uè (-haraeter • iia'a- .ilio w.a! had ernia- ro;icc;ded  ■ . • ali i \ • :i: ia' :iaa\- %\ 1 11-1.-ad O i  . a,- . a.' ; !aa '.-a. h a-k. ■■lail'd.  a- :i i; :::it a wo!,ii«-rr'ui .'-avumr m  ¡:a-M- -li. i. a oa- in III- 1 . iia|ian\- .i! I llial l ; .'Ha ami a, ai- i .a i ! ia- ■ .1 Iter.-.  -a. •■.\,.1I il.- an-.v,-!-id -imi saiii, Ile ! :ia» o.;a «•• a hi- Isa (ai -a i' h M.- :n i he uisli.  ■ia- a- ali ' . li,.y Miv' .ia!,n v i;, -:.>.- tii.i: .a -il- (¡¡pjn'd till. -.'j-. ,-iijd i;  ¡.I.ia.i.a- i-.M'a.l. hrn t ho-.. ij.) !i;v\e  I . i-ii .■ : ra -ia.-. ar ,ir ¡.-a-t ha \ e j .r. ,1.'.-..-i.-d i..'.. .. -.la.iai-. ;a:a aLraia-Ta-^aiidlii-a,.iai' . a- .-aaii,;.-. il 1- a ja-i-;. trying i at i- lili/--.-li !>  ,ol' a- lie 'a tíe;..[('d we nui.Tle.\-  J i. " i' ^ : ^a j ! . Man ^oi-; li as it i - \vrit -/I ■ ; ii:: a ii r uiMi; íli;it man ! ly  -ala : a i':..- r-'-ri . .Man i.- i .et rayed. It h,id aaeíi ■_-.J()d ¡'a' i hai Uiall Í1 lu' ÍkUÍ n.'i i'iin ¡; •.■,a.-,al! Jon.-e. i; .-ind ¡ore-  p. aN : a e-, ..-ü a- - Mi' 1 ao-i ]. - -'lid ei ,iaijl-n -a'U'l'a- : ! ■ iLh.i ii'. '.a' aur i,oí".i tlX'ller.ili a;a¡ i'o; ' . a^ i';i,i(o. and ihe^anidi-. and th" ¡-.a' ' oi' l-ra.'l. lii.-y '.niy (¡id \\ haL < i.ni".-, i.ui.d and ■■a.iü-i i de;, rmined i •<•;'. jru  ■ Uv U'-ne 4 ieta : - . "i . a l.llt- til.M üi<l  ¡a-! -n ■ !..' aa-! !■■--. !i ! jai)- u-ili;;. ll;s  ,.ai.%\:a- :ha! ;l ! • d'a ! • ' i i i (i n.Jt  a. i-aa-i I ta 11 •. 1 i>a O . i ■ ¡a, I !a r." Ir, an  Iiid!--' a al;- ' i :a .i Îîjr -are f. .r lie- de-  -ai-ai-o; .)i.r ; u i.nN iniia- \.  j ¡1. !l .  ,:Z :o .!,i!in i ha- • ¡mi- d  \ad a  • jiit ;n ..•  lank-.  a a. íii h ;.. aw d IJini,  ■ i,.:, .\.a-;a;, i- :; I; 11,  ! : ' i : - ad. Aeei ; á  . . ; !;, . ■ ■ A la! .i .. ia-' ; :. a m. ; ; \\ a> n n;. 'o l; I ) : n )ii ni .\dio ; i •■  ■ ; , • ¡a ' iaakm o¡ dark-  --■a o , ,!.,i la-i.i..- a. ail.l O -, a-ai -aal; -J'ak..-,  • It a.-. a..i noT ior a- :a . ; i - • a. à a* - laiT i ¡¡¡¡u Í a la T ría: I / an • ot ' hei r  V. : t. a tia\ •• 1 ia-ir Me.--a iiaw ordinani.-i.e to -talk ai,i;,a aaain. i i ¡1 î-.oi^ t!,,. i-uji and gave • ' • ) i ia til. r-;iy in;j , i,)rüi k : :,. - i- à!aioi .(i .¡ h«.- ¡lew  ,; 1- -ta ll ;.,!- Jt.ai.y ¡. ir iho |  !a-n 11, -aai. " I am ' Í i-a rrtta ^:tte. m, -l¡  • :, . , ■ eiaa.utik.- NN-àdd  : a:.; ota- w-aii«i il; i t. k thaï  a.a m ■ t or -, ;,';e. aj)d .-o hei-<;  : t a,,r i].- wmild l.av,; . t : ,id atid win.; 11:-  t : .i-Mt. ta.; î h. y ra¡,¡'i'-i m ■ !.. î ta- death oli the  : -all.-d ola íoP li:-.  -a.. iltd'i yo,i. J ^viO o.-t, I' ' a t hi- ; I 1, it t h" \ai!.■  ^. : ■', 1 a;a t. K i ; n.-w it n - ;.ttmd.,:o." latko  ■ ■ .i Tti.' i.iauUmi, of Uoil  111 ko;...- vva. :'a. aO, liu a.-- !i k . ai'.i' .til .iij.l o!' t a,j  ,.ad UtatiKOiu- a: ili- labio a a ;; t .d - Í ; t i o a on f ;.r<>):e.S  ■ 1 ; . ; l-a;.-l. i-f.aii I  o . t" 'ad th.. !• ii; h. :a and ■i a niy îi tal I liât îi.,: li ar« -ì;ìl;.- '.O; î fajt .-ama ■ iO' i t : ,a-, ile had ti i \ ( ü 1 ., H ¡3 : y ^vldal. i ia- i- at !i..j- ¡lad 1. t lu thai i i-iva- d. >i i-. m- lu a-. 111 I k V. VX. i; i- r,a¡d wo -t.ail fe.:;n ,1. ii;ot:-a!;d yi-af-, and in i;e\'. \ A, 1 tad -,-,. -t, di r> i-_'n foi.e, ■•!• and a\i.,- ,ti la-- ii-'Oi,, -(J a;.'ain we r.t-  jo!i-a 1 aa' •-, ■ -iltlii I .a •■i-\ e;- W i I h the La-.; . • a' i. ^•.■a -lakl 1 ni ly i^now. A  -.sa 1 I ot,.- Ilim no-.v jn Jlis  pTi at ' -: : ■ t,, o 1 . ■; o 1 r [J 1 -, ! ifide üirí lia-1. 1, - ta- tj.at • 1 il:i- of t ite I m h-  ;,o ■ .\nd ii' t: 'hi \-had ,-iinu' an liyinti  I hey V'. 'iit (iijt i;;o, t 10 .MoUnt of Uiisc.-. " Tta-n lalio-A..<i I 1 ii-.-niane, wle-re lie left  the . i;ilir. ;;nd ai'eiwatd the Liirwj, ttiitl '  NNaait tUoi;.-  1:.  a 1 a • i i  . ; '  A (.oiiipliiiient.  ".Iii.sr wliHt iiiiiidsonio tefth îVau-Iftn voti I'f'ríTf-ti has."  ' Thauk Uli, you're very ooinplimen-î '.tai-y. " !  :|»|aidou 'me. , You .are perhapi  ¿.' herúiúierf:  AN OPEN LETTER  To MOTHERS.  WE ARE ASSERTING IK THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.  /, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, 0/ Hyamts, Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has home and does now ^^ «z^^^ûT^T^ ^^ ^^^^^ bear the facsimile signature of C^o^^/x^^&^aUc wrapper. This is ihe original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper'and see that it is  the kind you have always bought ^^ vzi^^^r^r* ^^ ^^^ and has the signature of WuzZ/ifi^Mcdc^ wrapper. No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is  March 8, 1897. ^^^.  Do Not Be Deceived.  Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in-i/^redients of which even he does not know.  "The Kind You Have Always Bought"  BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF  Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You.  TMC CCNTAUn COMMNV, 77 MURBAy STRETT. NEW VOBH OITV.  IH;FFKXHA3L S HIDE.  WHYTHE POOH OLD BOY DEVELOPED INTO A SCORCHEFÍ.  J(■all)U^.^, the Green Kytal ^loiisti-r, Sonir-titnes Does Kind .\<-ts liiawares, aiuî l'uííííiiliaiii's JExperieiK-e at Least l'ut Him In i.'oudition l-'or Soorcliiiiii.  'J'o -av ihaf 3ïr. J'ullVnliani waß rm^'eiy aM;a;'od ¡s to^ivetlie inn-lli.uont reader knt a fainr edm-oijiiiin of ihi> 'state- !ii riiat .2onTlei!ian\s fi,-elin.:,''s. J hj wa.- sia;_:.L;-ero(î, tihsolnioly ¡itafifivvoci, A'lii-n on rr.rjiiii;: in ar une oniì of the "¡1. net Ini vltoriniLiinai'e in which allodi- lito s¡ieei,ii-le of i'ntïenhaia  ;d;d a nial" i-'aajianii ui iiikin.;; out :ir iiio olliPT-tner bis astonnded o-a/,-. Ir vas  t!-m- il.-- xva- nor t-.\a--.Teil.. fi .¡- ho taid. T( dnrn.'ad front soli;ary eye! iu-.;- fnir a ^^■!illIl- d;iy earlier i han In-Jia'd'.i^'iyinally ijitojided, i.rd tJiat li;) - ■ eirctiin.-sraiace .lid noi t'-nd to cons. à.- him.  Woo Ike deueo .1 hiiV.-nk.un'S  o. ini-jiani-.n: Sia.' ];m \-a n-i one in th ■ m i;4¡¡lalin(.,ik !ia sai'.-, f. ,i- kis wii'o  kein.;.'- ya.nta; ami ]a-iary and 1'n I't'oulaini iniddlo- a.:.:i i! and T tilims he iiad tuir--p. i-ely Sat his fao'- autiin^-In r malvinL; fi-iends in tin,' \ icinity. And lii-ri- slio \va- rulini;Atuayly aliont, in kisaljsem-o wiîlj a n;a;H--,klino and ^-ratthUil eavalior in artoudaneo ! IMr. Pdaeiiliain told iiiin.-alf rhat" hei'o 'A tis a n.y.su ry that retifiirt ¡1 !()it]n;j;j: iutM at otieo.  At ¡J:);; ji.irrii'iilar monion). as tlii' ntiir sa iwly tr.rf.or, t¡;o e-ii tiar. llit-Iady naif tnrnod her hi-aii :iiul ukiiK-ed down rIm i-o;iii. ihitlonh.nn too lar oîi to'  .soe in r yive .i -ttirt. hat siari Imfelr in-t inatix olv ^he dnlas she eanuht si;.;ht of luni. Lh' sav,' liofLd to her (.o.in-  ■jjanion"--; si-i-,.- and a])])art'n! ly tnako iho eii-i iini.--iani-ak < if their dia-Tko iii.vc ino]nont- IkiiIi (¡ ineken-;uid ^^■ert.- ::ono (.lUt of  icn. iv/n ei ■ \, i y. od filo SÎ^llî. .kd-t h o,-11 a r  l.'r.i oio a U: k AVa.- o,,.o.l I  ir ],  :r  a nioinen! IMr. I hi!!'.-niiani i lis xvi ; o liai i la s er 1 u i'orr-  oatn o for (ìi.-rru.-r, Im- i his  omni to a\i)iil reei lonitidn e; XN (ir,-r (-onsi.rne-î it m.  thoy  m ■,- i, (lie. r-  hnow ami riio ] tirri:'--. 1  Mr. l^-airoii!i:iin resok,od to cliaso.  Ik )!• a. itian of jlis •.\-(,'i._;ii; an<: x-o.-^rs lie-X'.a.- nor a kad fidar, .tiid in a eoay].- oi; mitudi s le xs'as a,u,>in in .-i^dit ot' Iiis i¡aai-ry. lAir ;]a \-. ;.,.). won- e\-id, uti.»' oli ike ak-ii. Tla- m.-tanr, tkeyaxv..ki- to lie- I'lu-r ti;ar Tni y- w.a-,' 1....ina ])arsm-!l iitk_-(: k¡.a,\-¡i r,i li.li- ill real ear-iiid Piiii'i nki.i.i sa",'.' at one«- that m- - svi i'liM ! e ]o.na- ami st^ -rn,  ko thi irr.m.dily ron.-.d n(.e,\-  f ii:,< ti, oía and n tksli d for ali lio Til" ^vay lay mo.-tìy (lo\\-n hill.  tìU'V took iiini alnli;^^ xv;i.s liod-i-s i!a-:,.-d i,y, ¡,ik!,-.-irittns i-.-iiflerotl in ttlfri;:!:;, do^^s harkeil. on 1 ehia'.n;.-. and oiiiklreii lan wildly If adi tìic traeii. ]\li]a- alter mile they ;-;ied on thus, y-r try as lio would thu tiistaiioo Ì oiween hiniself iiiid ilio haut-ed e. innlo 'lot nfit, les;-.;.lt.  l-'oor J^ilToulLani s Jioart yviis hoatiuK'' x\i]'l]y, Jii.- jiead xvas in a v.diirl. his tiiroa' yian-iii-d, ;;nd his eyes lialf blinded xvitli thi; iiyin;^ dmd. lint voti;^'oaucQ rir:.'-« d hini on. and .jn-t x^'heii he i'elc he ]nii-t at last tip tho awful ehaso  formilo (-aim- to i-it- icse-uo. Tho ladiv's niai Inm; smhienly sdaa-lcf m-d s])eod and waiioh-d nn-o-adily. th.-n iisrider jìinip-i-d i'roni th'- saddle and bent over tho tiro, xvjiile iii-r oi)ni]ianion ahso pulled nil. 7 inrr.s! a a ]in,m-iaire !  l^uo'i uiiani could ¡líford t j ta.ke bi.s tinea now. and in txvo niinuti.'.s be had sxvoi>r(f'd ui)on rho pair, a.ml—  Y« <h ;;r reu(h-r, and discoxXTod that it wasn't Mrs. j-'ulîenhani at all, but îho ja-x'vly on.ira.^-ed jtarlor maid, who had borri Aved lior!) hor tnistn ss' ma-ciiino and c-ostiuno for tho afteriiooîi's T¡ in \vitii lier inu-ndf-d a;id \va.s naturally an.xions t<i ( scafio d(-toctioji.  j'nñ'enhani is now soriotusly consider-in;^' ííoiiiK into training for tho auiatodir Ion;.' distance diainpionship. Ho tiiink.s )u; ought to .staztd u vory dec(,'jit cliancu. — Ahy Slo])i-r.  QUESTION OF POPULATION.  IIov. ilw c:<i» l I'ooi>N« r>f IiI:izervHle In-t<-M€l.-a S«!Oiivii!sr a Kailroati. •■'i under,tand that you air ther bo.ss o' ihi- Vera ranefi, " n-niarked Catamount C';;Iviu. as lie ontitred the ]irivato olUco of 1Ì10 in'c.-idonl of ilio Coutral ( tkhtlionia Kailroail conijiauy, "an I jiov ))oen dolo^aicd by tlicr citizeiis o' tho-r llotd-ishin city o' Blazorville tor iu-Icrviow yan in ro;^ariIs tor this yore railroad i-rli.iut tor bo projcclcii tlirutii^li Calatniry coaniy.  "It ^\•ar an.iiouna-.Ml in l^la'/orvillo, yis-1crd;iy tiiot this vero corporatiuii hov decided ter Ttui its lino lliroii,u-li thor .tni.scrablo lianilot nv Han.ir .Doy- (wliicli tiiris mills from our own iiourishiii city,), c.n ihcr o-vounds thct vhcr ptiiiula-. tiou uv ilin.i: air iksik au thct of  l^lazerxalio only dti'i. 2uj\v iiicv citizens o" bla/.t r\ ilio (k)u"t. ]ierp.!so tor lot a measly ''7 ia-ad o' ])o|);datiou stand bo-tw-od ihoma,!) , h.eir railroad.  ".\)i indiyna!ic.n imn-rin war coiiveno(l imm-'jiafo, an it ^var vcttod ti'r rokwost ihis Nor-.' corix,r;ííion fai' a si'a,y uv oxo-ci.l1 ioti, so tor s}.eak. ontil no.\t .Satitrday tii.-tlir. an tiioji k t ther rtiilroad go ^vh:iI• tfiar's tin r kei-^a-st ].'op"a!ari(.in.  "it Avar alsii\or( d lor talco' iinniojiato .steps fur im-rr-asin ther iiopulatiou o' J^Iazorville, an o.siia'cially fur discour-a.^in tiler uv Ilaii^'- Dog'. in conso-k-wi-n'-e, every married man in Blazer-villo lu-v sot out tor attend ther 3.1<;ther-<list churs.-h .sociable at Hang Dog thi.s ovcnim an \viion tli^r lioy.s git (Iovn'u tor rli»-r di.sconra.;.;in bvisiuoi-;s thar'll belher ]iuriiitst ruction oN'or witnos.sod iu Calamity (-ounty. O' e(iurse thar'll be los.-' s on both sides. 1 mt we kalkerlate r); till ]- m t j-e.sulc.s'li be in favor o' Jtilazervilk-.  "?deanwh:lo, ove.ry onmarricd bacii-ojor in toA\ !i )u'V bi-oii gi\a'n three day.s ti-r rustic roun' ther k-enrryan .uit liim-self jiir -hod. returniii by Saturday night, sliorc. '^'oro humh!-e s-arvaiit liov already mailo his.-,-If agre.-able to a widder witii jkn-i (-liildri'u. hev pojijiod ther (j^ues-tiod, alk i\vd ther widdor t(-r .slec]) "U It an ex})eck-; tor git ^:|)]i'■od tormorrer niornin at half ])ast 7. makin an iti-(-!■(-aso o' tw:I an scven-tontlis ])er cent in i ra,-r populaiio.n o' lik-izorville. 3Iav-erieic .Mike air akready Jiiiched tor di-\.iri-ec with si.x, an J la ar thet (¡opher ik>oi-.;_;o air sixi\in tc-r i-opc an old maid ^'.iIJl four y:<:iHf^ sists-r.<, <juo auotht-r au three f.rr;uidpari-uts, Avith ther odd.s ITer 1 on C .-iaiar.ma  "Xow, gnv'nor. if you'll hold off tho :ailroLal cz rek^^"est.-d, me au (kl oth(-r ahh kodied bach'• 1 ors' 11 gutirantee thet i>y Satiirda.y night ther beautiful lui llonnahiii (-i;y o' JUa/orville'li bo on ther lu'oad ro-.id tor ther county seat, hovin i)opii]a,li<.;ii tor burn, .so tor s])eak, V, hii(i the:- tnis. -ralile l:ai:ilct uv Hang Dog. not b; in able tor legalize iioly.ga-my li_\' a cit;\' > irtliiiance. Avill ìjo ek-aii d i seo lira'..¡'-d itn ready ter wii^o itáelf of! thi-r map. "—-I']) lo j^ato.  Un \\'<»ri t Citi Her » liiryclo.  :Mr. Wiiniiley—l\Iy cou,-;fant aim in this lifo is to do .sumethint,' to make tho Wi >rld bel î er.  Mrs. Wimph-y—Well, you'll do it. I  feel suro of lltat.  Mr. Wimjdi-y—Ah, 3Iaria, I am glad that you ha.vo for onc(t in your life indicated that y(ju liavo faith iu my ability to ai.'coia])]i.-h sometliing.  JMr.s. \v'ini])ley—Yes, you'll dio some day. Tb.en thvj world will bo better.— Cliicauo News,  At Cauip lilafk.  'AVhy, Mr. Flofir'svalki-r, wIjo Vv-ould ."■.'o-r Tljink C)f mooting you hert'? IIovv' lim- y',«d looiv !' '  ¡dooT-waliá-r imi gn;o-il dufy f.;r iirs!^ timc) — i'di, \( s—IT, liait ami givo tho  (;<.)rdirers-,a;,_  iiow stupid, '(k-tsh.o • —Ì ÎÎ-0. )lrl J^ifct.  ThD One on the Htejt.s—The other little girl that u.sed to live where y(^u do used lo I'.'iid me iu-r dtdly every (lay.  The Kew N(;ighbor (after a long puu.sej—My dolly don't like to go vis-itiii.—I-Tew York Jouriiai.  Hfilf a. I i  "ilo pr.dr.j,-e<i t.o h;-r on a p i.st;i.l card.' '  "How a!.-;nr.i!"  "Of e )urso, bur, v,-ha.t nan!-; tiio jif^-'t-o'aco '"h-rk'.s angry was that she j-anliod ky h"r,.;'. and now tia-y (ion't iiiijv/ wiieihersho aoct'pted liini or not."— New 'i'tjrk World.  Xlie Alean Thins;-  She—Ye.s, deaxe.st, I made this cake all alone.  He—[ can't believe that. Somebody mu.st, at least, have hel{ied you lift it out of the oven.—Chicago News.  k \ ¿ v^oi her dentist.^'—ferrioli.  The Corn Fefl l'hiIosi»;>h<T.  "Yes, young man," said the corn fed philosoyila r, "it i;s a wnsi; ])hin. to liai Ja'»i.s}i "Willi your money whojx \vooing a girl. There i.s a fascination for hor i.u tho thoTight that she can curb your tjx-Ci-avagaJxce ; i*fter yon and she are marri eil. "-^-Indianapolis Journal.  Knew Uuw.  Joui s—That's a staving looking cook you have, Browu. I'll bet .she can sling the. jiots  Ih-own—Yes, handle.s them just like china.—New York Truth  Wliat He Has.  "Anyv.-ay, the pedestrian ha.s tlio law on his bi'le. "  "< )h, ot course; but he has tho wheelman on his neck. "—Indianapolis Jour-Qul.  THE WHITE HOUSE WAR ROOM A STORM CENTER OF NEWS.  How the Présid4!)nt Can Direct the Move-  ments ót the Army and Navy From the  Ezecntive Mansion—Connected by Telegraph and Cable With All the World.  The most interesting spot in the United States just now is the White House war room. It is the storm center of war new?. Into it comes inform atioii from every part of the world concerning the doings of our fighting men on land and sea.  This war room is a new feature of the executive mansion. It has been recently fitted up for the purpo.se. Telegraph and telephone wu'cs by the dozens have been brought in, operators have been established at tables and war maps hung on the walls. The room was formerly the office of the president's private secretarj-, but although Mr. Porter still occupies it he has lots of comjiany.  ^\'hen President ?-IcKniley step.-? into this room, he is as much at the front us if ho liad tho ¿jift of oiiinii)resence and could bo %vith the army of Cuban inva.slou, with Dewey ot Manilla and with cti.oh of th.o squadrons on the high í3e<i.s jit one «'ind tho Siime time. In the war room he can put. his hand on the throttle of the complicated engine of war and control its jnove-ments.  Wlieiievcr ji jirize is captured, an encniy sighted, a port bond arded or a battle fought, the i.wvs is clicked into this long, narrow room, and from there it filters out to tlie outside ^vor]d as soon as discretion nllov.s.  It is in thewarroom that tlie war orders are gi\ c7i. ('oiiijjk'io electrical coniu-e-tior.s siicli a^" h.a\ e never before Ik en ein-]>!oyed byllu> ch.ief i-.vec.ntivi'of any nation in time of %var lia\ti been establishitd, and where tint wires cannot run (.-iha'r nutans of communi.'ation ]i,itc!i the gaps. J-'or instance, the j)residi>nt after coasultatioa with hiscaliinet and the naval board of straíe.íry decides to send impcrttuit orders to a, I'a'ct admiral. 'J'k.e man he wishes to reach is far out at sea. Hut this is no obstacle. Thi> order is }iut into t'i\e nava! ciplier, tcle,i;r;ii)hed to a half daizeii seaeoast points, and there (,tispl;iyed by si-niaphor'as and signal liglits. Pretty soon a scour i.k'd>. miles out at s.-a, discovers the signal. She runs in near i-non.uh to retid it, sigrii-lies that sh.c understands and tlu'ti steams olY to tleliver the t'lesstmii to thi- admirtd.  'Jdiii a\i-r,-;:!-e war corn-sp.ondeiit would Ids lie;;d i'orthe jji-ivileLie of eollei't-iii.a; ii-.'ws in ! hi- room, luir both t lu- pry-intc r<-¡» a-i 1 ad rla- i m; u isi t i M'ei t izen are barred out of tins corner »»f tho Wliito Uoiiso. 'J'l'.a wai'room is connect ed i t ]i the I'residn-nt s pri\ati; otliee ami with tlie ctdiiiieti-oom. It is in t he sont lu'^st cor-iier of tlie VVhiite Iloti-e with window^ o\e.vl(juking th.o White Lot and the Potomac.  'j'lii' cnlire wall of the room oj)]ioslte tho catdern c.-d osnie windows is covered with maps whicii i-how cvety detail of the present a:;d [/¡-.i.-tpcet ive scenes of miliiary and rat \ it! o'l i-raiions. Chief of these is ;i m.ap of ihe v.orld, kd^ing in tho West Indieñ  night."  Then Eninply grew very distant in his manner, arranged to go down town at once, told his wife not to sit up for him aud said that if she had one fault above another it lay in her iirepressiblo disposition to grow jiersi)ual whenever she entered iato debate.—Deti'oit Freo Press. _'  Old Times.  Host.—No\v% old boy, make yourself comfortable, jind let's talk over old times. Haven't seen each othor since we were .schoolboys together. 1 told you I had married. Well, this is iny house, aud my wife v^-ill bo in pre.sontly By the way, you once ii%'ed in Nicjvil'e, diuii t you?  Returned Tr.".'cckr—Yes, lived there somi.i years  "Tlieu yfiU may have meC Miss Flirtie:''' •  "Met her? 1 wasen.ga:-e;l to lur. But so were all tfie i^tliOr f(dhAvs. one at a ti:uc. What lias h-ecome c;f tier.'"  "Why—er—1 was ju.st goiiai to loll you that s'le is ihc; oiio 1 luariijik " — Isew Yc.)r]i: \Vei.j-:lv  of Insanity.  A young wovian rescued in the nick of time from a fate more terrible than death. Her friends had despaired of saving her.  MOUSES.  ATTOmtEYS  H. (J. HAKTMA^\  lAwjtìr and Counsellor in Patent CaaMes, ... 31 Arcíwíe.  WoII, Why i ; It?  "Is t!i:s wka ro you ansvv'or qites-tinns?" ho inoiiiri (1.  "It is v.-h;-.-- VvO an.swer somo que.«-tioiis." w-as I'm ."r.ardcd roiily. for a man who !:;:t;o!-!al:os to answer (¿acs-tioiis si;on Iannis to be caunous.  "Well, lha\eono that really ou^jht to be ausworcd," k.o a: sorted.  "1 shall i.o ghal t ) liavo a c!k;::co at it," n turned tiio young man in chargo.  '•Well, V 1 ir that llio (,nly match ycm have,' ahv.iys goes out?"  Foriiinale! v ili»-- youiig man in cJiargo had exjires.dy staled that it was liu place will r-a "soim" (luestions" wore a:i swcred (hl.'-.rwiso iio woul 1 Imvo iKteii i:i a tight {daee.—flii'-ago Post  I ----  ! A MODERN MONTE-CHRiSTO.  r(n;Ni:i; oK iiiK v. iirti-; ¡lof^i-: .\i: uooM, ininel E:-:eauiive Clerk MontKoiiiery at lii:-d.-sk.]  and reaching acro-s (o Cape \'ei-dc ;ind to >ji;dn. and theticc lo the A.-iatie (.-ouniries. including tlte two great. oi-e;ins, the (table i-ontes anid hy \\ hom owned ¿lud the tracks of i'lili ¡)o\vered steamers.  cm the difierenv nia;is ihii iiositions of the llects <)!' tlic I'nili d States and Sjjain ,u'e e;n-ei'ully marki-tl hy jiin ihigs—red ll.-i,a:s re;¡resell; in,Lt- tln' Span.i^h ships and V hite lla.a-s t he .-hi]is of the I'nited Sltites, ]]elWi'i-n tile adviv-es v>idi-h come to him jiy wiri" ;ind tli ' oulline of the situation wjiieh these niajis and Ihigs disclose the pre.-ideiit can follow pretty closely the de-elopnient of .-¡fi'airs.  ■j"o the h'ltof I lie entrance do(jr is a ktr^'c oookca-e atid tid.joining lhat is ;i private lei'a[)hone bootii, sluutingolf liie noise <;f t he room for t hiC, sjteeial l ieiieill of Hecrc-ttir\' Porter, and in front of th;it i-; the ])t-ivtde seeri-t;ir.v's desk. It is in nowise like tlu; tU--;k of a busy riew spaper uian. A ptliinet! siiows ic to Ik; the desk of an or-<i>'i-!y ollieial.  liut llii- iiio.-d i"> >rinhl;djl<! i)iecc of fiirni-tui-o' in tlie r .mi is the oiJerating desk oi thi' <-hier e.\eeuti\e clerk, lienjamiii i-\ Mont.iromery, who l'<n- x.'l years lias been an es.-ential ,>:irt <jf th.e\Vhite House estah-lishment. Mr. >b)ntgomery s war rot)m desk appears to a civilian as coniplicaU'd as the table of logarilhms does to a new schoolboy. On one side of it there is a movable boarilof telegrapliic instruments. Including kt-ys, rekiys, sounders and swil< h. This lioard i^■ subjei-t to immedi-aUt connection -with telegraphic inslru-meiits arountl the woi-ld. .lust in front of it there is a tyjiev, l iter till retidy tii catch tlut iness.iges ih.at eoiiie from tlut ke\ s. On the h;tt of I lie desk is ;i long ilistancc telc-jihone really to connect with evi-ry other long di.-^tani'e telephone in the rnited i^tate.-;. In tho ecntcr is a graiih.oiihone, into which Mr. Montgomery t;dks mes-.'■ag-i's when thc'/c i-convenient no operator to take them anil no stenographer to whom they can be ilictatcil.  All .joining theilesk on th.c left is a series of ]a'ivate telephones. 1,'nilerneath are signal hells con!ic<-ted witii the desk of o\ -ety I'lnjiloyee in the buililing. Pesides there are drawers, ¡ligi-onhoU's, letter files anil V\ hat n<jt of a rcgidalion ollico desk.  I:i liiis room there an^ '25 telugrajih wiri's, ir> spei-i;il telephone wires, the wii-es of the i-{ailway JtLxehanixe, and thi; lonji ilistance lelejifione system eonnei-tin}^ ■with New \'ork, Chicai^o and every other Ijhici- having a loiifr distance telejihone. J'lxel iisi\e clirc-et wires (t<jnnc(-t with the sen^ile and with all thu c-;ibinet olliees. The telegraph operators work in ri'lays so that at no hour of tlio night or day is tiie room empty.  Huch are some C/f the arrangements iiy wJiich thec.;mma/uler ini'hicf of ihe army anil navy is l-:ept in touch with our lleet« and armies.  COMPARING NOTES.  Bui«< ply Starti il the Arffiuueut, but Sooa Kegrette<i It.  "Wliy can't women be natural?" growled Bumply. "They make nie thinli of a lot of blue jays with their clatter and their pluming and their efforts t(j improve on nature. Thiy can think out more crazy plans and develop moro tnnnitigated non.sen.se than so many inspired imps. Look at your hair, Mrts. Buuiply, plaited and twisted and fluted and banged tilt it loo!,.s no more like what it does in its lujrmal state than a junk ihle looks like any of its original elements. xVnd those sleeves and those tliree story holds and that stiff necked collar! Honestly, if men compelled you to rig up iu that barbarous fashion you'd inveigh against them as brutal savages."  "Oh, Idon'tkno-w, " said Mrs. Bumply, who is very matter of fact. "Contemplate your own hair. Looks as though it were laundered down on top and molded over puff combs on the side. Tho shoulders of ycmr coat are built up as thongh you -were trjdng to palm yourself off for a ijrizeiighter, and the way that your mtistache is twisted uu at the ends makes me think of a  What Wc >I;iy St r. When the War I» at lì 11 Kml.  Jt w;is ;it .the foreclosttre sale of thv) Toronto, Xow Hampshire aud Benton-ville railroaal.  "Kenieiiih-ar. gentlemen," said tho auctioneer :.t i ¡ u.-conclusion of his gknv-iiiti (teserii)t 1 Ve haaaan;.',in,', ' ' i-enieniber that th.o'a.i^h this inaf^iiiiicejit iii-i>pei'ty li;ts stnl'erod )a-;i\y ro\ci-Si s it is laiver-thelerts one < tl lh<- iiiu st .sysii iiis in th-i eounlry am! \viil iu theei.arsia of a. very i\-w years an-'ouldi-dly be one (.if tho mosi proi'Llalilo. What ani I iilfi.-reil for this unoijualed onpoiluni!y?"  The rojiro.scutaiive »if the groat western syndicate- jiuiì'ed out his chest.  "Five million dollars!" he cried impressively.  "Five million d.jllars!" ccIkkhI tht? nnci ioiitadv "What advance upon tho ab.-.nrdly imitici [Ual sum of live" —  "Ti-n million didlars!"'  The words caino trom a britad slioul-  On the verge of insanity, Miss Hattie King, of Ithaca, N. Y., was checked in the course that was taking her rapidly to the grave, and restored to her friends in sound physical and mental health and regained happiness.  The change for the better in this charming young woman, not yet eighteen years old, is so great that when she reappeared in public her friends could hardly believe the evidence that their eyes clearly showed them.  i^liss King became greatly weakened by a complication of physical troubles, and was looked upon by her friends and family as one doomed to early death.  Her stepfather, Charles M. Burnett, tells of her strange cuie as follows:  "Hattie first complained of diz-insss, which steadily grew worse.  **She suffered v/ith naut:ea and attacks of vomiting; could keep but little on her stomach.  " Kid.ncy Giscase attacked her. She was pale, thin, and her blood, wbcn a drop was drav/n by the prick of a needle, was almost as colorless as water.  *'Her heart was aiicct-:c!. She would frequently fa:nt fro:n the iiight exertion of risfng from bed or from a cb.air.  "She coughed ccntinuclly, so lhat her friends feared sb.-? wat", consumptive.  "She iosi flesh rapidly ; v/ould be confined to her ted for tVv'o or three weeks at a time.  **Her mind was affccted. At limes she  had no realization of what she was doing.  " We feared she would have to be taken to an asylum for treatipent.  " The best physicians and many proprietary medicines failed to do her any good, had read of wonderful cures by Dr. WiUiams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and at length decided to give them a trial. We purchased some at the drug store of White & Burdick, in Ithaca.  "Soon after she b?gan taking' the piils Hattie began to improve. First her head-ache.s cisappeareii, then the ?-ttack3 cf dizziness ceased anii the cct'gh likewise disappeared. One after another the alarming symptoms. left her.  " She gained steadily in v. eight and strength. The change for the better in body and mind is ahnost incrcc?'c:c. In all she has taken r. ne L-oxt:-; cf Dr. 'Williams-' Pink Pills fcr Pale Pccph, and now she ir. in perfect  Mr. Burnett swo:v- to the of  hi3 account, iorrraliy, bcicre C. H. \y cl-coif, a Notary Public.  V/itcn the ciood is vv'cakcn-cd anu lacks the elenicnis nceJcd to L-.-ic cp nc ti.-sues, btijdy and xrir.d l-r'ii s-li-r^ c:. hi ihe case of P»''ilss iCinr. A'l cf tiie many c.-.:-eases due to dcranf^f.-'.cn'^ cf I" cd and nervo'-ii syr.^e"'^ ar; car.Ly Dr-'^ ii-liams' Pink P-.;it: for Pa;; rcc_::Ic. They supp.«y in vegetable form tl-^mants that are backing;, and rcc.tor^ pcriVct b--ai h.  All d-UKgi^^-^ sji- Cr. "NVuii inv/ Fir k Pi;is for Pale R o:^-^. Cne box ior ¿0 cents, or six boxc^ for  J. H. AIKKN', Attorney afe-Law, 11 WosG Mam St.x'ooc. Reyidenca Phone 1152 Mair.. Office. Home Telephone  Atto-. i^cy-iit-Lavv' German ami s^iokeu in otliee, tioou;-; 5 and 6 Bank Bioi'k. HorT'e o.h'^r.e i >  i-it imtu-.  now. ilo .ont 1. man ' On. if-en Oldd e.jlisii ■do ladv ;  .a ! dduk it a a-l-; a lady ai'" sciinc  ■ •<■ it au ia-, pleaieti at  A V N < N ! 'EM t.X  0<'iiiu..< ;iii<l AVifrk-  I From the Kan--aa <'i;y .hinrnal: V\'il- lb- dell m-I Ham Dean I low;, lis om e t-aid tliai v/hat ^mpoiite l or a , was called ••gi nina" in literature wai her age'.' She simply the ahiÜí.v to do 'nai'ii vvorlc. v. oinoii v.-;;,. \v Joel Chandler Harris hn; e.xp'- ■iuiU: hn; ;; !  ricuce to nrove th'C trnlh cd" ihc- deiini- <'very oiti atrl'a nit y that is gi\i-n h^r to i ticm. A frifdii,! oi his; S}H,)]-:e of iiis lit'e }ie about lifr —Hosum I'ranscrip.'. ' as "a \'ery Hinooth aîl'air" on tu-eoni.T ; of hiy iirfUt genius, v.-'m-n Han i Tit if- . : riipfed him. ""(Jt-nius! la/^ii; ' lie e:v- POLn^l' : clftimod. '"It's hard woik, I tell yon. While some of yuu ff-llows are butld-ing ca.stle.s that crumide I'm at a desU -at work. 1 haven't time to stare the ^.ina-1 lire out of couiiienance. I'd rather biiih! log cabins on earth than loaf around among the stars. And tliai's what I do. 1 nail myself to a chair ami bond I to the work, and when you see it ilow-Í ing iiretty fact you say, 'That's .gcniu-!' . Go to work, ray brotlicr, go to work. '  AF^TISTS. __ ^^  JARKARb A.K'r UALLEKV, Cor. t;alhoun uTid Cf hiinltia Bo>r Cabinets ^l.r.O ^lor lio/on Stnail Pict'crees 50o per d' »ze7i  BLACKSMIT^iS.  DAX tillANT, "riing, \Vng<,>n Building a •j.d G-oiiorixl li.ex>;iiria.;*.  91 a nd East C ■•lunit)ii\t '  BARBER SHOPS.  Go where the crowd goes' 'i iio Way lie hotel barbor i'diw]". ; tiio u:n--.r lon^oruil ¡liirlur in tlie stitte. bid liiibbard, i^'rop.  E3ATHS.  Fi iicT WAVXtN ^^ANITAKU Lcit! Blmjk, I'ttr. Wu>IiZ7ig^<>j. li.-d--vardaiid C.-s-ba ■nti St tj;'iTh><.t ¡i k:ml. t.'.-nio.-tonr la iv nir-H,dtn-  SUSiJ^tiSS COLLEQli.  rort ii-tvllU'S.- t,i-ilt-.t  slundlai".] '!"• , I. • A -r: 'ii-.g: .iTl;;  Tianiliio -am : ( >d,l t'- a- ■ .- ■ Bi-1'-:-., o.,1 . , . ('dib-.lit --  B U i £ SUPPLY a -i.  ij . ; ; 1 . • . . r . . t .  ' ilO.'-il.l . ài 1.  l'i '< Y  F> )1{  iM'i I 1 ;im a i. . deci -i-1  tl'ia ■!  Ft n;  a.V d s I.  !,a .i.-na  , (• ' at. \  d- N  dorod voung natii with  sunbtirued  lace and a koini. gray eye.  At this subsuintiai i.'icn asc the reprc-senttitivo o.f tl.e g'roaC wosieru .sj'iidicato turned pui'jile in r!u,- face, but rapidly recoVi.-ring himself hit bid again: "Eleven million dolhtrs!" "T\veiii_\'-tv>'o miliiiin dollai's!"' said the broad shoulden.'d 3'oan,g man.  The ro})ro,-( Illative of the syndicate  'Tls True.  BsrthiT,—i ss Rnitcurls piiys she has remained single from choice." Belle— "Yes; but she didn't say whose choice." —?ick-:\Ie-rp.  til -Oil- .ti , 11 aa- 1-: laxaitat-. ¡i,.i.  U P C '-U  ' .N !'-  h.nrVMil >l-\ t í \ t !. t lirtii •a-aii a-V.Í!; CI r,., at • o.. f,,r t-et a . ta nai 111-a Si'ti t ;d ;-v-" fi-i'i!' Oifa ^I'Unt.xa -a'aaii.-' ci-iot. of t.iirt (kam c'-;Cac coa vetai- t., HhN'.K') !,  ■d for h''cath. "Cjn-at suako-  1-  ' — T ■ f-"- 1  mui'ored. " Wdia.t ani 1 up ag.iinst? I sa>-. " la- Vi-L-.:sT;.,'-reik atl.lrv-ssing a bystander, "can you tell mi,; v.ho that young Klondike is over t'ner<-'.'"  The liystamier n garded his (Questioner in asíoni>.hí.!enr.  "Wiiatî" ha ( -vclaimed. "Dtin't you kno\N '.-' Wliy, it's one of L'iicle Sam's bluejackets, and he's p.rize money t;) bmii. "—New York .journal.  a'a a rtoidta c.'Uta.v -a!-,'  i-t ... a- II. itait  s'itvn lii Mtxrú  The riauiers of l'ais p.ipaf wjll i-,ri p'ea-pd te l(?ciru thai, tii.-m i.- at laa-t dro.aiitvi di.-ea.-o Ihtd Ptieae--ha.- Il- .u a'oin lo ciirem tei d,- <ta',a,.s iuid Ihat ' Hiai ii. HtdI'i: ('ai..rrh ( u;-.-. ts tea oi'.ly J-.('sinv.* ;-.u-oiio\v klKnVUU» tiu? raeda-al fnoortiity. CtiUo-rli 1,.. iaa'a cetl^t.it.lUil.aa! di--f-.-i.-e, i-iiiai/-i<s a cola t i I ali-aial lt-i,'a¡ n:.-ijt. 4. ilidl't-(,'a; ;m-í h ('ut-fi i- -lak.-'i! iaionially. ;ict iii,t,' Kmrott ^■;l,\■•^i^l liiret-t !,V aíJoa ;!;o ¡àco. 1 aaai ni'ici"i.- 1 -i w d ! i>.. ;i e uidaii  t!;o -.-..-ti-m. t heroljy '.¡.--tfoyiat; t ao toiiudMliot! of c!ii; ai -a i-a. ;md !.ri\ ia£.r lii'"" patient 1 .'■'^•iia't h by tuiddir.a' ap the caa-ti; at 1> >¡,1 aad ti^si-', ¡•■,<ì aao.'f'i ia doiiiii il - work Tà« piopcioior- a.-'.i'ti so mii,.-a iaitli !t¡ i t,ca i ii'. i ve |iii\siM-s. lla-.r, t!.iy , o!ti:rOait Huadred ;>i.aar- ror-;iriy ca-o tluu il  I Itdl- tocare. St-u. ì f. a-h.a i if To.-i i tiioiii^ N, .Ad iw^, F. J. ('ir;N'LY ¿ ( ().. Tal idc. ( I  c..-a a-.taa, i,. a ■ ia-i.k'dic.;-; ì;. hi-.  a-ai.iaaf  ^ Ili 11 'i-I ! ■ . di'fi -a >1 1 au ai .avisai imi.  kt a l'i >lt skn 1 1 \ 1 t , : i ain a catidid-ue f. m-| e. .at.t.va -airac; t. . t h-  ra. 111- ni lai a ra t i 'ai ci .;e." ■4. i^y-a  f llia a..a-...  .noi -N  »14 r.  ; l -d ; 11 i ! d,  ),.- ia-i.l :  ;. s t ! 1 i : 1 d-, '  That Is -111 Ho Did.  yí -  a ì-ìf  r  ..Ä:^:' If  JAÌ)  ---CO)  Tilis gcntlemtin anii.iimced rhat la-would s¡¡,a,],^„ l-aae;iful ballad entitled "In Old -Madriíl. :;ow York World  S R/—  pífífpnp'"n?a ît'a- aaîp!-  ■f4 tlíVf ' ^ ' f »^d ; ' ' ■■- '■-> .v- ; 1. t I court oí' -MiPii CMimty. -aai  ta-i Ml-r >.v.\Y--a; a; .V.. , .  Traina àaçnrt l'r.m Ff.a ji> 2 eonia Btatioii, For W.-iyrie, Indirtiia. East KoQud. West Bouiid *5 a.DQ........................... "3 Oa a, m,  +9-r, ,1. m...................  ..................  ri la p. m........................... t7 ;-i!l H M,  *7 4.- p.irt................... ........fl'J 1";  •Tí p.m. J..iuii¡á.j. .........." 4 .W p.-ai.  tlC.'i^i. from V .............» tj a" p.m.  ..........-^Fj oir, ( "j pat înai........l'J p.rn.  FOR srî'Kinoii l'ofdr KniTOP. SKsriN-r.'. : rit-,-.-«-* at,a as ït.-t i wi'l be-cl cndidate l'or .íiíhl-o 'iie -in^ottar coart of .Vhei! caatdy. -ah", et to tta- Ici ima i.:' thu deiuiicralic uoiiati.d au' ; .m a t i. .i -a. (  Cii.vRi.K.-^ M. li\\\S()\. K ni TOR Sentixf.i. :--Pic .aa.. .atica t!.-«' I will he a caudidaî e for j'iit.,'-f> ..(' ta.* -na.-ta.r  Ol till' . a ri - I a a oí 1 iifj cloutiocrti ¡ io nota.it.al'a a,-e.-, ata t-la . 1 .( a a.  4. !'. W. S 11 ^ i d> .  KoiTaiR SKx rtyin.t .-\ta..).ia.-i> t ■ h" I ,1 . a  c.-Uidi^i.Hfe for I iin ai'II* i i.at 1. ti .-r tlia ji..ic- ..p (if the .Allea .^Ufierior roi! ; t. al..arî i<> ;ia d .t-ïiuu uf the doinocratut ta >-ia a .a; a ic .-. .1 , t,, .r., 1 Hwi'.-a- J-:. àdddsi >\ . là'lTor. Sr.Ni ixia. t —1 t.-:,- :■> e. .o ^ -i  l'a taica to îho -.le ai. .cr-a t ie ¡.urli il' .\jica ei'a ■ t .V  Itiat 1 will be a lam-h'iaif- t- r a.........................t a  jiidtr«) of till' .-apf.aior (-«lurr oi' .Mii-a cea- .-, subject la tiiñ d«a-i-ii't! Ot t;." .!aaa ..-i a.-ie r:.-veutiuii tu b-a hold oa lia» iiii 1! ^' t:i' .;aaa  Id MiLiid' LO\Vi:\ .  iTla l'alf : d-1 or- --a-i- -.'-.o V»' ■ i a . i "^U ; !■ 'r': a a  ii.id: • od.a...  CANDY  J. s. BATCLŒLiiKU M,; ¡niracturiím'' c -n foci r-,oot -, ,  l'idoi JTlil ¡¡»Mlliv o-oil'i- ( "iit'O i'd,.-: •  r.d. rosîd di-o. r-'o tJ;,» W. Maitt CO.HÎ^^SiOf] r.  hl. K F.5'.->h, i ■ diiiui.->.-i-m -Mor oliatit. ..y^t.T.s. -amo. .ilmv«. f. •«-.l.  -.-t îiVo'-. Ov niî^rr a  a, rdrt-o> li-'o-)i  1'» »ili.MEV là:: vV \Vi-:sTH<)I'  i'iiiov.a^ add  ßuia'-ea,---1)  à." îj-ik-d" iSí. Fíii-^í: fi. BiVì'iAri^R.  r-> -r ,  'M-.l oUl'di -  Fi:;:!. 1. Ca-rpotxi.ei-. < ■■ í-íuup a.ml t '  A Narrí»\v Jksc;ij>c.  Tliiinkful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Grotoii, S. U. "Was taken with it bad cjld which settled on my luuj^s ; cougli set ni and iinally toriiiiuatod in coiisuinp-tioii. Four doctors gavo me 'U]», saying 1 could live bttt a short time. I gaye myself up to my Savior, determined if Í could not stay witli iny friends on earrJi, 1 would tiieot my absent une.s abovo. My husband was advised to .i^et Dr. Kinrfs New Discovery for C'ousnmption, Coviglts and Colds. I ^ave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank (íod 1 am saved and rujw a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at Dnñer At Bros.' drui^ store. Regular size .áOc aild $1.0U. Guaranteed or price reftinded.  Tlie Sure La Grippe Cure.  There is no use stiffering from this droadftil malady if yon "^vill only get the right remedy. You are having pain all through your body, your liver is out of order, liave no appetite, no life or ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are completely used up. Electric Bitters is the only remedy that will Ijive i>rompt and sure relief. They act directly on your liver, stoniacli and kidne.ys, tone up tho wliolo system and make yott feel like a new being. They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded. For sale at Dreier & Bros.' drug store, only .50 cents per bottle.  Bnckleii's Aruicii Salve.  The best salve in tho world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no jjay required. It is guaranteed to give jjerfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dreier & Bro.  A Cure for Heartburn.  The burning sensation in the stomach, the pains and suffering ivhich, I experienced for five long yeaTs, brought on by continued constipation and biliousness, are almost indescribable. I tried every known remedy without effect. Finally I tried Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets, following the directions carefully. After taking a few doses I began to improve. 1 have not used more than three boxes and feel as well as I ever felt. My restoration to perfect health I attribute solely to the use of Kamon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets, and I only wish I could persuade others to do so as I did and be cured—Logan M. Nails, Amsterdam, Va. For sale by Gross & Pellens, 94 Calhoun Street. may24-eodlm  j_E.ANi) haPIìks a I.VIdANA E H.  la etftìcc .\'uv. ì'Sth, Vül.  l.a>Û-ïfr ViUCNH. *? or ííniitid Sapida uad uor\b..............  tilriìit kictiiniiu î urvivej............  -TTH BOUND *Kar Kirìbmond and (Jiuciuuti-ii..  furori! id-Mrìd Kupldn , .  ♦iJRiiy. t^;Jady excepi-L-Uiud<ija  .. Ili 4u u.t .....ii i^ie- il ir  Ï- it  a.i  ì--()K ., i.r;:y.  faUTOU .■^KN".'I Ma, • - aatioiit.c») ih r  I will be a ca.udidao:< fi-;- ii"> oilica cli-rk -Allou cuunty, iuiyjeot tu tía ilcci-n :.ri ,if dôœucra'iic couuty codn oatiait.  i)K. L. S. .M'i.L Faarroit Skn-'i i nl.i. t Xaaoano«» iluo 1 .-a.-t c.milidii t f* for ihn of i,-h i if ci la a t y dark. a ,,. • li. tljo dei-i-iou o«: -LUO iif-xt df-ni. .Ci-atic !.i-a Lia'i-ii-.g coiivoelioii.  l-d: \N i-. .J. Idd.oT.  ! -ou ' ■  , i proiJîotlv  H i-CKTIM^P CrnJ-^OPCDHÎT.  îo :.i;-a \Vî:i. ii >mith.  V .a :tn; : Ail work  l-aUT. .a Sa.x ; ; \ l !iaia-- ar= a r-aaO.a.iO  ,-.d>:..nt t.. ! Im- a.-,-i.-i  natiiiK ci>ii vtailii .Il. .  RniToi: will bo a catah.aa.ta Biibj.'Ct Io tit" ii -ei-i Uiilitlg couvaat 1 a  at 11 1.  rk ^..f  • ".tivo y-_i-ur feo , r 1 ; t-lal.  D R -I-: -fo 2 -fñ A K K R.  ■Ml Ü i. .v; 1 l'i. -d.  f'if-i.-a aaai'ii;a-a " r a-aaitar ,.f \li.a. c !i III ;;.•> '¡«ailoOfa ; !.■•  .;. H' 'dt i  !-dfi. roK Skstinki. t - Pi'a-i, «> aat:or.'ire ¡ be it ca.'.fliíia'e i.T ¡miidoroi 'ul.ai c  •J',  .Ml 1 rains to rivp at titai da;i.-irf fi-.>ra T¡a-t t i^.u I'll—Mi^'ei-Station, Vtui lían a St i-eet, ( iiii-aao.  I inCo.-mdl tidan-il S'ortrrs attend bi-t, and s -coad chi.-s day c'ticla--: or\ throuah tiaia.-, itisiii-inür sanmalously idi-itn <-ars cin-oata._____  .\,i Ni. !.. t r:,! .. i-.o-rii.. I- '' 'loi'ai^^___  1, ! M. t laoi i- 1 . ** ,* * N t:. Jil l- • I  .sub.'.act til Ibtî tirci-iaü OÍ iuaiiu).: CDiivoutiou.  ffok rorN'.-v 'î  ^.mT0K Skn 1 1 n (■ 1, : i a.-aae of C,i ptai'.i .¡.iti;; : i far iroa.-tiror of \l!«a;, .:,a a ci^ion of the df^iao-.-r... a lion, and obliiJP  A id):;'!  & ( ■ :  . v( ,\! , i  •■ It  DIN;.  L F C V i-n O î A S.  ') • • < ; , li i . lai I . > i . i '  --------! i. IO; ■ r O '  N'., !;..! l'i;,-,; No. 4 ,  i:,i,a.-rn V . «í......  Sa.ii-i.ir.l N> . -.....  I.-I -a :'a -'''¡yaao::.:-.:.:-,-,  « l;-,ri alMi , i.aM I  ÍV~7rTri.x¡.r. \l,-U I i'':!-. i'  S'aül.ii-il 1. ail !-r..i.-htf  3 1-3  r ?û  .\' .. .1 ... 1-1 -1. N..,: .Nm. 1...  KIUTOU .■^f..NliNt-'l t I ti-a-lj .itaiollaaH ri>  tKOiio a,-^ a canii'dtio ..( to'ii-ar.'r o" % a-u  Couidy. subjocl lo t .1 l- aia. ri ..f thä ia a-erat 10 iiouiiaatiat; CO,,,. 11,. j.  »i». M.t'H S('iiri.ri-;  Fditoü Skn I i i.i. ; i'l.-a-e t-iaiiaiiiK'f! tiamt* as a candid.it«-- i'nr i r-ctf-u t er uf Mleii ,couiity. subjact ro t ha .i. ai-n la af lim dem. .c, ,. t a  uominatiu« ct)uveidi.>a. n , H. SCIiMT!<;-.!;.  I llaw.-a. Vliaa l o., lad,  j PIditoe SENTINKl.t i'it'a.-i* H!itiviuur'< ra.s naine as a caadidal«» for treasarra of .Allan  Clall, do:. 1 -  rar ds . a^d Ilou-o  t »üir.o :i; w "i" i I 1-: 1 ' ■  l'.Uto'ír ic Vv d e i rn ■ :i -'e, I  Pooîn 1 Hoi,.o  ; d n 1 i a rosillo:  o iì.\roro-  •h foa.r,,-.  .v siail.i.v. l,i.;lit '„y f..- - M. lO.-^vt;. ao  iraaa'ii I )ra ,v¡a-; 1Íooai siai-niac l'aren ^^ o,--. ' cimuty. anlijpct to liio d"i-isiiia uf lh«i der.io  1', ! a-.d ó }•« r: a--; o d. l-'.t a a l'actal... N-v." lar.i aad H,.^;oa : ou N.,-. K t-l and à t.. l'Jurri^a.  Mi-al.s .-ira s.TV, -i at •• ;. o-1,1 a t a ' : a ,, i,,^. S; .i-liim- :tn,l in >.i:-:a i l'itoo Diida-; ia-a's ut; upiior-laii<-, aiiad ¡loia-, .  WABASH bîAiLROAD  Trains froiii (-""oH. Wn'yt.e at follo-wr 'îfîective Mov. 14, ].s37.  rURiúir Uî^-E.  M dlüd.Ft-: Dealer in Fiue r-ivniîiiro. ('i,;i:i--. iiusk ami f ia ir o-  i'ilas.^.ps, etc. -lO i\- .'.i y. M.m: ' r.  Kubrnîan Bros., l-'uio ^.-a}«  No. (iOlNGEAST DEPART  '.'. N, 7. A, Boston Lim., daily..... 5 ¡{3 a.m  ¿0 Toledo Local Expren:-' ok. Sunday.. 6 a.m. S. N. Y. «it N. Eiac. Flytsr, daily.........li 50 a.m.  4. Fast .Mail A Ex., ex. Hauday .. 6 .SO r.m.  10. Decatur Accom. arrives ex. Sunday X 43 p.m.  (iOING VVEBT.  11. Docatnr Accom.. ex. Snaday...........5 HI a.m.  5. Paciflc Ex,, ex, Snuday.................... 9 a'l a.m.  7. Kan. (lity Cannon Rail, daily...........12 35 noon  I, (Government Fast Mail, daily.......... 6 .■?<) p.m.  3. St. Lonia Veetibale Lim., daily....... {< 05 p.m.  Phone No. 6. K. G. THOMPSON.  PassenKer and Ticket A«ont. Fort Wayne, Ind  Time Card, in Effect Deo. 20 '97.  Lv. Fort Wayne Express 8 00 a.m. 7 i>5 p.m  -Ar. Fiudlay...............10 40 a.m. 10 30 p.m  Ar. CuU'mbiis via. T & O <' Ky 2 30 p.m. Mixed train leaves Fort Wayne 8 '.JO a.m. All trains run daily, except Sunday.  o tlltd Í ; vo a  cratic uominat tn^ c. .avpat a  vviiM.í.viM n r, IjRt.iyolte To\s lisidp.  KOR CtOCMTY kK':OKl>r,l>. kdiTor skn rin kl : í'laa -í* aauoui:c-H t i,.a 1 will be a caiididate for rec.ider of .•\ilor) caiity.  subject to tl\a d«jcisiou of ti,a íioaL drjaiocracic ' fallt^V L'^roi''-TÍ»'S VM llri't.l>l V. ;; noaiiuatiag coaventioa. • '..-'-  FHrd JhlRU'K FKY, , US a trir. i ü.-ul you wul ..'.i:fRr--oii Ti>v.aj,«idp. ' íi Vi Phi TI«'- : i as  EiíITOR í.--e..n 1 IN!".i. t í'lpa-o aniioiitico my i , ,, , ^ . . .  nanie as a eaiididaití í-a .'«-ciu-rtor o: .Ulf-n ' IrlFN.'xV iV  county, yiihj,.ci lo ti,d-.-i-ioa of-hn doiao- GroColV DUP VOVO? to t !OM)f(dt':o - l,,W cratic üD-Tunatiuíí eonvoatt..11. vno^ai,, j »tij. \ / * i i^ i .. jM i . '  ('H.\ i;id:.s w. sciiKUKK. prices and pronijir s-. rvit c I Ctil-  EniToií Skn rtvcT.: pi^.-so a.'aonnci' ! houn 8t. (('o>r dií or.soii.'' L'íione  ñamo a.s a c.HiKiiilttín im- i-(^fat\¡«->r ol .\ll<>!i j _____  c.^nnty, subjoct lo draiíiou of tiio denmcratic [ p p Kll' FKH  uominatiiig convoiuina. i • ,,, ,  (.'iiAHLii.s M. (iiLi.ETT. j Staplean.li.'incv jceriiv.. l ío Bro.ad-FOR r(d:i)yK"tí. j way. (^ood go» ]. >w pi•l^■!^-'. pi'i^Ttr.jr  Editor sf.ntinf.i.t Plt-a-n ánuonac^ 'lint 1 ■ dcliverv. pctultrv drcs.--». d. ío cirdoT'. ain a caiididati* í'.ir tbi' aaaiiiadioii tor ilit.-oilicrt of c<nouer of Alaai r'.iiat.'., -abjcct to lia* laa ciáiou of Ihadeuiucrati.- ¡a.adiait ¡mk \ íaitioa.  l>ii. W. W. liAKNKTT. Epitor Skn'tisk!. 1'ipíiso annoaaofi tliat. I  J^ E. * W. TIME TAHI^fC aooTH.  No. 41 leaves (except Baiiday)...,  No. 43 daily......................  No. 171 Local Freight..................  NOBTH.  No. 40 arrives dally....................  No. 42 (daily except Suuday), No. 170 Local Freight..............  . 7 Î0 a no 4 L'i p. m  ..11 40 H Ol 10 25 p m  .. 4 40 p m  am a candidato f<^>r renot-ainanon .f«)! ihiioil'a.-o iif ooroner of .Mica c.iuai.v for a socoiai torni, subject to tl)o ot tlio denaicralic aoiu-  iuating convenliou.  JOHN H. KAPl'EL, ü. D.  FOK SUiJVEVOii.  Editor SKNTiNKi.t d'iea.-e tiaiitaiuc« iiiy uairii-i as a candidalo fia- tb«; otlico of s t;rvf\v( a-of Allen coiiuty. s-af>jf;ft lo tbt* decisiou uf tli-a deniocralic uoniitiatinii convoritioii.  Edi tor Sentimf.ra - Pleasp aiuamaco liiat 1 will be a ci-n<iidai«« for siirvcyor of .-\ljpii com, 1* , bubjeft t« tbe fiecijrioii i>f tbi" domocrmic nonii-iiatiiig cunveiitioii .Jm>o4tb.  C:HAULE.S \V. liaANSTKATOIi.  FOR SIIERIFF.  Editor Sentinkì. Plaa.-o .-mnounc-o thtit 1 1 will be a candidati^ for renoiniiuitioii for a st c-i («iid term for the olllco i>f silieriti' of ' Allou i county, ijubject to tbe diicision of tbc doiiio-cratic couuty convention.  ALBERT E. ÄlELCm.VG.  Lake shore ¿¿ Michigan sodthebn  RAILWAV-£ort Wayne Brnncli.  BODTaWAßD, I  No. 4r,l: Way Freiirht..........................  Ni '6Ó Cin. Eipress and Mail............  No. 410 Detroit and Ind'ple Express ..  ncathwaud.  No. 463Way Freight...................  "»¿o, 457 Throngb Ezproae A Mail. No. *6S Detroik A India n'Ua Kz^.  FOE COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Editor Se.vtinei, : Please annoiuico tluit 1 an\ a candidate f.)r tbo oflico of comaii-si.mi-'r  -------j of the Third district of .'vllen cnnuty sr.hjoct to  i«stTB. I (lie decision of the doirntcracio imniinaf'at' rou-^ pm j veiitiou. <". 'r^lilvFF.  œ am 1 EtilTOR .Skntinki, :—Please amioiinco tîiat 1 pin am a candidate for ronomiuation for tbe oHice of coHimis.^ionor of (be Fir.'-t <li.strict of Allan county sabject to Ibo decisiim of the dt'tiio-cratic nominatinff convention.  SILVAN Ua F. BAKER.  HIDES, FUR Al^WOCy^  brmg yuur hidew, pelt.s,rags, iron, copper, bra>-s, zinc, boues, etc., to 'Hie Fort Wayne Hide, Fnrand Woo] Co., cor. Coluinbiii & Lafayette Sts.  JSilLlJ!]R BKUTHEKS, Highest uiitrkeî price pal'l for hides, pelts, tullow, fur, wtx-i, ri j. nud j£lass\vare. 9 4,^6 ä b" ■) St.  HAifl DHi:i oic f^S. ~  "wrk iiaii Bdy.it.tr ^'iiout- 1281. IvliSlS E. C K,  I)t^Mler in liair ( ¡^ i.l^  11'4 Calid'uii Sc. l^u Block  HOiRSS SHOERS. _  iJorsos cnlled tor ¡¡ml dehveredL P£RR£Y .V SIEBOLD, Kürso-Slu'or.-^. - .5 Pearl bt. i'hon,^ l-.ill.  iC£ CR&AfVl and ICES.  C.-«tîI!or ti I(.-o L'reaiu ami Fruit Ices are the ilr.cst mu'le. Fancy Bakings Fiiio C ':..i\'-'îior.o:y. Tel boTlj  Ii>'Hs. P.rodilw;'.V and Wai-liington.  IféSURA^ÏCE.  Fn>t-('di>s t-aruni hou^t' and h b.ike >boi) I'jr :^ide ; good reabun fur  .NOliiliiT.  W. D. WILLIAMS.  LSVERY. 1  ' ■ .1. L'LMEH, Prop.^ ' Li'iiii.ani lis cry, îerd..salt»and bciitrti-ir.LT .'-i.^ble V'..rridu:)-,-, ruruished tor 'nn E. Mam sî  u FIFFK—Liv.>ry (M ..Ü ■'i.! oir-. NiBro.ta".v.-_  Ida do i.).-. Ll.ii'iv.-« ,ti)(t t ( na^'Hv tu.>d.-.l Î1 t parTU->. 1 '.'itiof a • t.i'a. lio..-t in 0-.  K i i- o  li> .aiat  ¿ A i. t.  ! f * 1-,  racior  Fuoi^o V ! - ■ • 1 i-i-ifílth  a-l.l-ÙFVFl.,  u-r. r a'^d Bmld.  d« Í-..J î'lI .1 I li  All or.i.-:-^  -di't';:»'-. -«.-(tN" ■>••■■ it .r->. iddii-It.:-.  ,-'a;r-. dial nielli • i-i. . ,f a'; k  Yd!-',;. 41 K -o „-a, .Î St.. f,..,-Si. Fi.idt^'s III and  fV^ERCHAN r TAILORS.  iJFNliV KKl'SK  lîH^.-î a j ijifi ov-.-í 1 -sv-'- ■!  CllfllW: dOtull'Tllfti - rTia«Tl'-t-;ivii .vou It'Vi ala  (ioro WTliidin iMoti»« Mote, 't'ailo'' ior your S])ni!o s-aior,  Suits at lo\ve.--r iin«, es.  -i-'', Cdlborm Stret^r  Pi^mTERS.  Telejilioiie 5,') is for Tbo ArcLu-r  Priutiug Co. Job Printers, and Copper Plate Printiiiir Xo Cliuto,a St.  PLUfiñBERfe.  .lAllX cV jdFYFiK. Plunil.-ing, 14as and St-eam Fir-rn.ü Hot. Water Heating E Lewi-  Sr.. liorne I'lione Xo 'rjñ  nt'ico Piaiaa Jol, " Uaal lli.a  K,. ,ai..L;c.- 1. a:.a ¡ a u « -  ¡'.'( ■•BLHT SPK'E—inumber, S^ « • ;i;id (4as Firt.-.-r. W ÀLiìti St  >'t>remcV kolfe, Pracru-ai Sann.ir* pidTiilxn-s, (iasaiid Elei^triv- Fixnii-«-.-t Ù - r. i 11111 o .s f u r î 1 -1 1 u • ( Ì.  .lo F- V iini;;«- ;-}liint- ar.  àiAi;;.-:-.:-, cll'AìKìNt, aví> i i i 'o  ^i 1-" \ t ' ; ,.  K-'-' , to.- ^  > ;, - ! .w ' V i.j ) V ■ '  1 ' 1 o - ^ a -a ■ i '! 1 . i I i ; It 'f-, t .  r jf^  KKPABT  6 40 am Il 45 am I45pib  C. A. SINUKEY, Groceries, provisioas. íro.■^h g'-irdtdi truck, batter, eggs, etc.. delivered i)roiii])t. Ht')me jilione Ni>"2. I3t'li 3r>T.  DI LTOE UROCEkY L\).—-J4 W Kvirry iSt. S'ine ^rDceno.-i, oauuoil g'oods, fine cbaruiiagne, wines arid liciuors for fiiniily use. Phones SOUTII WAYNE sr(>KE. G. W. McAllister Prop. Dealer in staple and fancy ^rocer-.os, 500 S. Broadway. Phono 20T Sdtuth. ^  receiveil liaity. Gla.ss and China Ware and staple article j at lowest prices at H. F. Hilgemann ! ^ Sou, 1-Jl 128 W. JelYerson St, I Both paouu.s No.  Teii-pbone 749 i.s for Kotaarys, At Co.,dealers in hardware, cutlery, tools, fence wiro. cro-ss cat .sa'^-vs. axes, eto. .''5 .ifl C<*iunil';ti St.  OJEKDIXLt & AUMAN BROS., Aizouts for Kernau hot air furnaces and metal ceilinyrs and hot water  rhi- r ' ■!•' .1 -  Ki )« T'I \ < . « \ I 1 r .  a ta-.o - \ ; 1 , , !■ o, ' -, , da . all- . 1 ■  Fd • .'1 .1 ta ' i'.-a ! >r- l'|. .  >r.-;).i! i-tio L.i'fiitni I. a!ii- l.,!i!idh ii ■« III \\ K - • ■ 1 i''-'idi l!;-_'Ui.ir !tin;ti>. i-  L'Nli.'-iîttr 2."» cenr.-, 2''»^ (.alb-aii, ,->7 lliirii )•.• -Ttirrt-inr nurrh of -If-t),..  RCOFiNG.  1-:'(.'ibnr;.,'-er ^V Mcivooti r . tniil rifu'or tnul liarilwji rt- •+ kiti'l.s M-iîiM.anre.s turrii.<..}i.-.<i n auiiliatition :;f.4 t.'aliiiniu, Ph(m^- isr  SEED STORE.  \V. I), lleuilersoii.—Sweet Pea.s. Nasturnuni, Flower Seed, Lnwr (îrassaud bulk (^tirdeu Seed, tir-»'':' K. Ci^Fai-'ibia Sr.. Phonr- ' 14  STOVES.  li. .1. Asli is the larijesT- dealer in stoves iu iiortlieru Indiana, both whidesale and ret;iil, and if you are wanting stoves, exanune his stoci and prices. - 16 E. Columbia St  TRUCKIS^C CO.  t.'irv Trucking Co., quick ana prompt deli vory, household goods and pianos moved and piicked,transfer and stoia.^ie, heiivy hauling of every descri])r\. »n "iir), II^ 120 E ( a)]nT!ii)i.i Sr. Phone 123.  heating.  115 Wallace St.  WALL PAPER.  South Side SYall Paper Store.  Paiuiir;?, Papor Haninng, Decorating. KaJ sooiiinLiif. Vs indow Shades, Mouldiuita.  GOTLIEB HALUCR.  Tflfiphono No. _______ 8, i^'albona St  VETERINARY SURCEOW.  Dr. H. A. Read, 63 Harrison St. Medicine for liorsos ; no chargft for (=i?vaminai"ion at ofrir-e ; Teeth drewsed to improve condition, driving, prevent sorethroiit. s'ore eyes and slob-la-.i-im.'.  W ALTE^i LA A G TOY— VeTeHtlaTx-Sur^eon treats all diseases of horses cattle, sheep and dogs. Office 11 Harrison St. Phone offic5e 6 ;Kes. 367.   

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